Certain option combinations (sizes, colors, fitments, etc.) are more expensive than others.
In this case the option is more expensive than the base price,
so a price adjustment of has been added to Your Price.
Please select a Size to view availability.
This product is a closeout. It is no longer available for purchase.
Have a functionality, fit, or otherwise product-specific question about the Firstgear Rush Mesh Jacket? Ask it here!
If you have a customer service or shipping question, please direct it to our Customer Service department.
Mark B: I made my choice based on reviews and video .Jul 21, 2014
michael a: Firstgear is my first choice in motorcycle gear...the fit is perfect for me..and the quality is second to none...Jul 17, 2014
Chris H: I liked the style of mesh on the Firstgear jacket rather then the more open mesh style of the Joe Rocket jackets. I was able to sample a medium black one at my local Ducati shop and loved the fit and feel.Jul 8, 2014
Richard E: I currently have an older model FirstGear mesh tex jacket and love it. Have a new bike and helmet so i wanted to match everything with a new jacket.Apr 6, 2014
David E: I have the Jaunt T2. It fits great and does the job. I am hoping the same for my summer jacket, the Rush Mesh.Mar 28, 2014
Luciano C: I had the identical jacket which was stolen last summer. It was a great warm weather jacket so I have to replace it. I thought about trying something else but why abandon a jacket that I was very happy with.Mar 25, 2014
Michael M: Based upon other customer reviews, the video review on Revzilla TV, and price point. This will be my first motorcycle jacket & I will hope for the best.Jan 1, 2014
William S: summer comfort and protectionSep 10, 2013
A shopper asked:Is the silver very visible? I want to be seen on my cruiser and am torn between silver and neon yellow. Neon obviously would be more visible, but don't want to look like a canary!!Mar 22, 2014
Karl A:I have the Yellow version and would recommend it before all other colors! Years ago a DUI driver hit me head on and broke my right thumb so badly that the doctor said it would never work again and it should be cut off. My left thumb had already been blown off and I made him set the right thumb and it is fine. In 2012 I drove south, west north and back east, saw 9000 miles of the USA and the First Gear Mesh saw me through sea level in Florida, below sea level and intense heat in the western deserts, sea level and the cold north and the Pacific in California, then almost 12,000 feet and snow and hail in Montana. At no time did any vehicle try to cut across coming towards me and it was a safe ride. For the winter my son has the bike and jacket in Austin TX , I get it back in May. He thinks the yellow is the way to go also and is very impressed with the deference vehicles have given him. Hope this helps---"Ride Safe!Mar 23, 2014
Karl A:My PC stuttered yesterday and hope this in not a repeat. I have the yellow, (actually has slight green cast). Toured the USA in 2012, put on 9000 miles, also had a buddy on his bike and he had the yellow model too. Back in 64, a DUI auto driver hit me head on and broke the one thumb I have. There have been too many times I've had to juke to avoid getting hit so I want visibility! On my riding with the Firstgear Mesh on its been very good and my recommendation is: pick yellow! Ride safe, D'KlawMar 25, 2014
Gloria G:I'm not sure why this was sent to me. I bought hubby the neon version. In the daytime, his black mesh coat(another man.) is not nearly as visible as the neon color. At night, the reflective strip is quite visible. As a wife that cares about his cool factor and his safety, I worried. To be honest, a lot of riders are wearing neon, even if it means buying a neon vest and putting over the jacket. Why do double duty? I know about his visibility because I also ride so I have checked his visibility. Hope that helps. Mar 23, 2014
Walter D:I have the hi-viz yellow in this jacket and I think it's great. Living in SoCal, it can get pretty warm and the Rush Mesh let's the air flow really well. I am a firm believer in hi-viz colors and both my riding jackets are yellow. Better to be a canary that's seen than a crow that gets crushed!
Roger Z:Studies have shown that our eyes are more drawn to bright green colors and bright fluorescent yellow as well... this is why all school zone signs and pedestrian crossing signs are in that came color... silver, not so much.. it gets lost in the hazy shades of the sky, mostly.Jul 14, 2014
Steven T:Yeah, it's visible, but not like neon would be. I even asked my wife who's followed me in the car before and she said she had no problem seeing me. Past that, hard to answer your question. Sure, more than black, less than neon.
Karl A:Me = 5'6", 145 lbs; have medium sized jacket. Arm length a tad long--untill hands on the bars and riding, then perfect!
Wore this jacket around the US in 2012 and it was outstanding from the heat of the deserts and below sea level to snow and hail at 12,000 feet on the Bear Tooth Highway. Put 90 miles short of 9000 in 28 days of (as I put it at 78 years of age) "Sublime punishment". Our country has to be seen to fully appreciate the wonder of all that we have!
I highly recomend this jacket and knowing the kind of service we get from Revzilla, I suggest you measure your arm lenght, call service and they will get you into the correct size!Jun 18, 2014
Dan R:I am 5'6 220 and got the XL. The arms fit perfect on me as most jackets are to long when I buy XL. Plenty of room in the belly area. Not to long at the waist as it doesn't bunch up but if you have a long torso you might get some air at the bottom. I don't though. I removed the rain liner as I rather be cold than hot any day. I commute with this jacket and it's low 50's when I leave and with a long sleeve Tee underneath it's comfortable. On hot days a regular Tee underneath gets plenty of cooling air.Jun 20, 2014
Mary Jane V:My husband is 5'7" and weighed 185 when he bought this jacket. His arms are slightly long for his height. The jacket fit him very well. Similar chest measurement as well. Sounds like you could use the xlJun 18, 2014
rayjay03:This is a mesh jacket. The only insulation/wind protection you have is the zip in/out lining. With that said the lining is of good quality and I have ridden in temps in the upper 40s for a hour or so. At the end of the ride I was chilly. This is a fine coat down to the low mid 50s for a short time and really shines as the temps rise.May 27, 2013
TheSneach:Rode to work with the liner this morning running 55mph on country roads. Windy day with an ambient temperature of 50 degrees. The jacket was comfortable, and kept me warm. Since it is a mesh jacket I am not sure I would try it in much colder weather, but it held up well.Oct 29, 2012
Chris K:Though FirstGear doesn't have a specific back protector option that they recommend, there is a pocket to insert one and you can cut the Sas-Tec to fit. The pocket is relatively small compared to other jackets and is shaped like long rectangle from top to bottom.Jul 29, 2011
Ray F:On a Large - Tall jacket the front (bottom of the zipper to top of the collar) measures 25". On the back it measures 31" (from the bottom - waist of the coat to the top of the collar, center of jacket). I am 6' 3" 210 lbs and It fits me very well. I would like an inch more arm length in the sleeves (I normally wear 36"+ shirt sleeves) but compared to other jackets this fit me the best. It's a great jacket and very versatile. I recommend it.Jul 7, 2014